Merion Tribute House
“Merion Tribute House” original pencil drawing and open edition signed print, by artist Nicholas Santoleri
The Merion Tribute House was built after World War I by the Merion Civic Association as a community center in memorial to the 81 men from Merion who served in the “Great War”. Today the building host weddings and other events.
Merion Station is the formal name of an unincorporated community in 19066 in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. Merion Station and locally named Merion and Merion Park share the same zip code. Locals commonly understand that Merion Station is the neighborhood within walking distance to the Merion Train Station.
The original pencil drawing was reproduced on acid free 100% Bristol Velum fine art paper. The reproduction, signed by the artist, can be matted in a standard size mat opening and therefore a standard size frame (framing information) It is reproduced from the original pencil drawing “Merion Tribute House”.
- The image size of the original pencil drawing is 11 x 14 inches.
- The original pencil drawing was created in 2013.
- The print image size is 9.75 x 13 inches.
- Each print is hand signed, in pencil, by the artist.
|Original Pencil Drawing "Birmingham Octagonal Schoolhouse"||Sold One of a kind, original pencil drawing professionally framed and matted.||$2,250||Sold|
|Open Edition Print - 9.75 x 13 Inches Hand signed in pencil by the Artist.||Available||$40|
|One Pack of Note Cards (5″ x 7″) 10 Note Cards Packaged with 10 Envelopes.||Available||$20|
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